CBI not in favour of SIT monitoring

CBI not in favour of SIT monitoring

Senior advocate K K Venugopal, appearing for the probe agency, said the CBI’s investigation has been carried out “independently and efficiently” as it had rejected even the views of Law Ministry, Corporate Affairs Ministry and Trai on different aspects.

He pointed out before a be­nch of justices G S Singhvi and A K Ganguly that it was a “very high profile case never seen in the history of the country”.

“A team of officials, besides a large number of experts were assisting the probe and collating the facts,” he added, obviously referring to counsel Prashant Bhushan, appearing for NGO, Centre for Public Interest Litigation (CPIL), seeking a SIT to monitor the CBI’s “less than honest” probe into role of certain powerful people.

“I do not think any other organisation in the country could have investigated economic offence of such a high magnitude in such a speedy manner,” Venugopal said.

‘Staff won’t turn approvers’

Reliance ADAG on Thursday said that none of its th­ree executives char­gesh­e­eted in the 2G spectrum scam has offered to beco­me approver in the case, re­ports PTI from New Delhi.

“None of the three Relia­n­ce executives cha­rge­sh­eeted by CBI have at any stage till date expressed any desire to become approvers,” a spo­kesperson of Reliance Telecom, part of RADAG, said in a statement.

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